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dollar value in merge excel to word 2013

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    Addresses and a different dollar value (from a formula) for each addressee are in Excel 2010 and are then merged to a word template (letter) to be printed. Various column formats have been attempted, i.e., dollar value, currency, accounting etc.. The excel is showing the figure as the proper two decimal value, but the merge show the value as multiple figures after the decimal. This merge used to work correctly and it is not known why it does not work now. Can you assist please?

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